AWRW Book Review: Nine Lives by Author Erin Lee @CrazyLikeMe2015 @LimitlessBooks

Three teenage sisters didn’t mean to destroy their family… Sisters Laina, Faith, and Sadie Nelson know they are to blame. There was no way to predict how their lives would shatter with just a few lies—but they did, and now they fear the pieces are too many to pick up. Had their parents let them […]

Cover Reveal: Mistletoe & Mayhem, by Author Catherine Ferguson! @AvonBooksUK @Catherine_ann_f @HelenaSheffield

There are 75 days left till Christmas, and as usual, Avon UK does Christmas with style! Check out this cover reveal for Author Catherine Ferguson’s cozy holiday read, Mistletoe & Mayhem! **The new novel from ebook bestseller, Catherine Ferguson. A warm and cosy festive tale you won’t be able to put down.**  Lola Plumpton can’t […]

AWRW Book Review: The Baby In The Window, by Author Alretha Thomas

A magna cum laude graduate of UCLA, Cassandra Harte never took a test she couldn’t ace. So when her home pregnancy test comes back negative, she’s certain the kit’s defective. Failure has never been an option for Cassandra. She has a well-established career, a handsome husband (Nick), and a lovely home. But there’s one thing […]

AWRW Book Review: The Blue Amaryllis (A Love Story)

Upon the death of her mother, 26 year old Leia York is left bereft and grief-stricken. An old college professor extends her an invitation to join him in one of the most beautiful, yet most dangerous, places on earth – the Amazon rainforest. She embarks on an impulsive journey, hoping to forget the sadness of […]

AWRW Book Review Findo’s Mousetrap, by Graham Paskett

“He knew at that very moment that he was sitting on the edge of a precipice, get his footing wrong and his whole world could come tumbling down…” Findo’s Mousetrap Author: Graham Paskett Paperback, Second Edition, 214 pages Published March 1st 2013 by Graham Paskett Publishing (first published June 20th 2012 Genre: Contemporary, Romance When […]

AWRW Book Review: Binds That Tie, by Kate Moretti

 Love ties. Murder binds. Maggie never felt as though she belonged until Chris Stevens showed her what true happiness meant. Ten years into their marriage, miscarriages and infidelities have scarred them both. Despite their perfect-couple image, Maggie can’t look at Chris with anything but resentment. When a charismatic stranger offers the opportunity for a little […]

Talk Wordy To Me Wednesday: My Interview with Award-Winning Women’s Fiction Author Theresa Rizzo + Giveaway!

Recently, I had the honor of interviewing award-winning author, Theresa Rizzo. We discussed her latest book, Just Destiny, and her career as a writer. You can win a copy of Just Destiny here, via a rafflecopter giveaway that I am sponsoring! Hi Theresa, thank you for agreeing to this interview. Tell us, what books have […]

Book Review: A Long Thaw, by Katie O’Rourke

“Looks like it’s going to be a long thaw.” Abby has always had a safety net, unlike her cousin Juliet, who has an absent father and a drunk mother who depends on her financially. Abby is her cousin’s keeper and protector. Not that Juliet can’t protect herself… Juliet is tough, in many aspects of her […]

Blog Stop: Just Destiny, by Theresa Rizzo Book Review + GIVEAWAY!

“I believe we all have our own path to travel. Sometimes we make false starts and detours, but we have this internal compass that knows our true path. We just have to listen to it.” Jenny Harrison is the proud and loving wife/step-mother to her humanitarian Doctor husband, and his two teenage children Alex, and […]

Book Review: The Divorced Not Dead Workshop, by CeCe Osgood

After the company she is working for downsizes and lays Dorsey Bing off, she decides to go with her brainchild idea of focusing on, and creating a dating workshop. If she puts all her energy into creating a dating workshop for divorcees, she can take her mind off her crappy love and work life. With […]

Book Review: Body Double, by Alane Hudson

“His eyes welled, and his heart threatened to bubble over. God, he loved her. This was the woman he had to find a way to be with, no matter what…” When Andrea Lindholm loses her job, it sets off a string of events that she could have never imagined happening. She expected to be interviewed […]

Talk Wordy to Me Wednesday: The Tattered Quilt by Wanda E. Brunstetter, Book Review & Discussion

The Tattered Quilt, an Amish fiction by Wanda E. Brunstetter, finds Emma Yoder Miller teaching yet another quilting class with a new group of individuals who are all in need of ‘repair’ themselves. Selma, Jan’s, (from the previous story), neighbor, is a grouchy busybody who thinks she knows it all about quilting. Terry, also Jan’s […]

Book Review: Sprinkle With Murder, by Jenn McKinlay

“Cupcake? She knew as a female entrepreneur, she shouldn’t let him get away with calling her such a frivolous nickname. But darn it, it made her feel breathless the way he said it in his low voice accompanied by his slow grin. And she liked it.” Mel and Angie, co-workers and best friends, own The […]

Book Review: Something Returned, by Jerrie Brock

“I don’t know what happened that night, I swear to God. But I know a person died in my presence and there’s a very real possibility I killed him.” In the follow up story to Something Taken, Melissa McCurdy, aka Terry Roche, receives a disturbing note in the mail telling her that they have reopened […]

Book Review: Timeless Love, by Ariana Miller

** spoiler alert ** Oh my… AMAZING! The ending hit me like a ton of bricks. My eyes welled up and chills ran down my spine. It was totally and completely unexpected, and suddenly it all made sense… Timeless Love, by Ariana Miller is a story about two very different people with common ideals who […]

Book Review: Gabriel’s Angel, by Nora Roberts

“I believe the time in the mountains helped Gabe get back his art. And I believe you and the baby helped him get back his heart…” Laura is pregnant and on the run from her deceased husband’s family, when she is found stranded on the side of a snowy Colorado road. A moody artist named […]

Book Review: Once Upon a Nervous Breakdown, by Patrick Sanchez

“I’m a mother, you’re a mother. We take care of people. That’s what we do.” Jennifer Costas is on the verge of a nervous breakdown. She is a single mother to her five year old son, her gay ex-husband is late on child support due to trying to get a restaurant up and running titled […]

My Interview with Author Jerrie Brock

Welcome all! Today I am lucky to be interviewing Jerrie Brock, Author of the dramatic fiction Something Taken! Thank you Jerrie for agreeing to this interview. Tell us a little about your background. I can honestly say that my life’s been an adventure. I was married for 25 years, to a wonderful guy nearly as […]